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is going to be is with kale. fresh kale. this time of year all that nutritional value and let me tell you, it's in the top ten when it comes to super foods. it's loaded with nutritional value which is great for us. right now, in the market there are some beautiful kale. take a look at this right here. when you buy them, nice and green just like this all the way around. free from any yellowing whatsoever and you can just touch it and you can -- the squeakiness you know it's fresh. when you bring them home, store them in the fridge but open up the bag so they can breathe. that's very important. and only hold them for about two or three days. that's it. they look like they can hold up forever but they don't. the shelf life is very short on this beautiful kale so buy them and enjoy them as soon as you can. kale, you can't beat it. it's a superfood. and it tastes great when you cook it right. i'm tony tantillo, your fresh grocer. and always remember to eat fresh and stay healthy. this stuff is good for you. >> that's the key. you have to cook it right.
, which tends to be a starchier vegetable. carrots are wonderful, and kale is the new super food. >> let's start with kale. tell me why it's amazing for you and tell me why you shouldn't have too much of it. >> with kale and spinach and other dark leafy greens, they tend to have oxletes, just because something's good for you, doesn't mean you want to eat that entire bin right there in one sitting. >> okay. good to know. broccoli, i'm a big fan of broccoli. not as a kid, though. >> yeah. >> this has protein, right? >> yes, dark, leafy green vegetables has protein. and people think they have to sit down and eat a steak to get protein, but if you're getting 2, 3, 4 grams here and there, you'll end up with a nice amount at the end of the day. >> and asparagus, how nutritious is that? >> wonderful. again, lots of vitamins and minerals. if you eat a rainbow of vegetables, you've got your -- >> it's a diuretic too, right? >> but so is water. >> that's true. that's true. there's some other good stuff in there. >> yes, definitely. >> we came across this rumor floating out there. can these vegetab
a bonus song at our website. >> jimmy: i want to thank mindy kaling, carl reiner. i want to thank kai. tomorrow night, jessica alba, chef bobby flay and music from ellie goulding. "nightline" is next. thanks for watching. good night. >>> tonight on "nightline," pope steps down. a bombshell announcement as pope benedict becomes the first pontiff to resign in almost 600 years. the stunning move that has the world asking who's next. >>> from hunger games to "silver linings play book" she is captivating audiences everywhere. jennifer lawrence talks. >>> and swim suit inc. a show stopping cover as kate upton graces "sports illustrated" swim suit edition once more. we go inside the big business of a well-worn bikini. >>> keep it right ♪ chances are, you're not made of money, so don't overpay for motorcycle insurance. geico, see how much you could save. >>> from new york city, this is "nightline" with bill weir. >> if the last 600 years have taught us anything it's that popes don't quit. there is no holy father rest home. it is a job for life or at least it was until this morning when over
minutes. >> now the fish is in the oven, we've got to get a side dish together. >> white bean and kale casserole. slice a little garlic. this is just winter kale. i'm just going to rough chop it. we have some bacon and we crisp it up. add the kale. >> i assume because there's kale in there you're not going to do this too long? >> about 20 minutes. we're going to toss it in this bowl and build our casserole. sun died tomatoes, more crispy bacon. >> don't waste a piece of that bacon, please. >> and going to toss it all in. just going to lay everything in. final step is going to be making a nice parmesan bread crumb. parmesan cheese, lots of parsley and olive oil. this is going to go right on top of our beans. so we're going to pop this in the oven for about ten minutes at 350 degrees. >> the fish is cooked, the casserole is cooked. now it's time to plate this dish and serve it. i can't imagine any significant other not being impressed with this. as you can see, all the perfect ingredients. only one thing is missing, and that's my date. until then, folks, happy valentine's day. >> good fo
. >> this is kale that's sauteed with onions, and the white is the cashew cam cheese, it's the cashew cheese. >> this is what quality control looks like. >> quality control. >> the food's tasty, it's incredible, it's filling,ou know, and the menu has enough different items that if you get tired of something you can just mix it up, try new things, and you get a different experience eating the different meals, you know? >> just the different flavors like the butternut squash that they have, the plantains, and th mix it with everything else, and the kale. that's what i mean, like, by the freshness of it. it's something that's, like, new and i haven't had before at other places. >> gracias madre means literally "thank you, mother" in spanish, and it is both an ode to mothers everywhere and to mother earth. you seethe couple has also branched out when it comes to where they get the majority of their produce. in addition to supporting farmers across the state, like new natives in watsonville and john dicus in nipomo, the couple now has one more place to source farm-fresh ingrediefts, their own far
. >> jimmy: i want to thank mindy kaling, carl reiner. i want to thank kai. tomorrow night, jessica alba, chef bobby flay and music from ellie goulding. "nightline" is next. thanks for watching. good night. >>> tonight on "nightline," pope steps down. a bombshell announcement as pope benedict becomes the first pontiff to resign in almost 600 years. the stunning move that has the world asking who's next. >>> from "hunger games" to "silver linings playbook" she is captivating audiences everywhere. oscar front-runner jennifer lawrence talks tinseltown parties and hollywood royalty. >>> and swimsuit inc. a show-stopping cover as kate upton graces "sports illustrated" swimsuit edition once more. we go inside the big business of a well-worn bikini. >>> keep it right here, america. "nightline" is back in just 60 seconds. [ male announcer ] pillsbury grands biscuits. delicious. but say i press a few out flat... add some beef sloppy joe sauce... and cheese fold it all up and boom! i just made an unbeatable unsloppy joe pillsbury grands biscuits. let the making begin. [ female announcer ] in just
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after a distress call came in about a sinking kale boat. it has already cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. >> we have a warning for young women from breast cancer experts. why more women are getting diagnosed with late stage cancer. >> at least three dead from the storm making its way across the country. >> we have the list. here it comes. consumer reports releasing its list of the top 10 cars. find out if yours made the cut. no a new study finds more young people are being diagnosed with advanced breast cancer. it's less common in women 25 to 39 but it's occurring more frequently. the increase is small but sifnlgt the young women diagnosed are presenting at a young stage. when young women develop breast cancer they typically have a family history. >> the predisposition to cancer can be passed down from one generation to the next. and those families can be identified because they do develop earlier breast cancers that can be more aggressive. >> now the study is particularly concerning because the lowest survival rates are in women between 0 and 34. women should pay close attent
, director, producer and actress mindy kaling is around here, best known as kelly kapoor from "the office" and is starring on "the mindy project" and is a best-selling author. i also understand she's an amazing cook. did we miss anything? >> i have an amazing catwalk. >> do you want to demonstrate? >> not in these heels. but, yeah, what a nice introduction. >> you have a gazillion fans. this is your hometown. >> yeah. >> where is the boston accent? >> i never had one growing up. everyone thought i was just from california. i love t i think it's kind of sexy actually. >> do you have any boston lingo that you still use? >> i say wicked. >> that's wicked awesome. >> yeah, for a woman in her 30s i say wicked probably more than i should. yeah, that's pretty much it. >> let's talk about some of what you've been doing. you've got "the mindy project," a great show. you play someone named mindy laheary, a doctor who is very successful but has, shall whoa say, a complicated romantic life. what did you have to do to get into this mindy character? >> because i am like a nerd, it was really fun to pla
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arrangement here? i'm working on something much more manly here. >> different colors, i've got ornamental kale here which is just way cool. i've got some fragrant hyacinths. i have some interesting leaves in here. this fancy leaf. and this wonderful gardening dusty miller. and then what i'm going to do to make it look more valentiney. i'm going to add some tulips to this to bring up the red. >> that's very nice. >> reporter: i think charlie, he's a guy he might like that. charlie do you like that? >> that will work. sure. >> would you like flowers on valentine's day? >> i would gladly accept flowers on valentine's day. i am trying to be the un-guy. >> there you go linda bring some back for charlie. >> i have a daughter and trying to get many touch with my more feminine side. >> manly man flowers for charlie. we're working on it. >> all right linda we'll check back with you in a little bit. good advice because you don't want to forget the sweetie. also bring a gift now because you're exclusively invited to the weddings of tippy and fuchsia. you can also hang around for the wedding for king juli
it revitalizes me, and makes me feel good, alive. >> this one has kale, celery. >> kale, celery. >> aloe. >> lemon. and lime. >> there's a kick to it, right? >> it's a green. so, it's like an algae. >> i feel better already. >> it tastes really good. >> it's very alkalizing. alkalizing. and energizing. >> we'll have more from miranda. >> cheers. >> to look like that, i'm chugging. >>> also ahead, the growing national debate whether going into the office should be mandatory or a choice. and it is truly heating up the workplace. >>> and, by the way, jennifer lawrence's new look. oscar's golden girl, went in one day, from blonde to brunette. we ask this question, is this good for you? >> is it more sexy to be a brunette? >> that becomes the question. what's better? blonde or brunette? >> you really want to go there? >> or in sam's case, both. we'll have that in just a moment. >>> we do want to turn, now, on the eve of his historic resignation, once again, the pope today, saying a final farewell to his faithful at the vatican. george is there with the latest. good morning, george. >> good mo
: then in 1991 john kale of the velvet underground stripped down the song to its modern version. but perhaps the most celebrated version is by the late jeff buckley who turned it into an ode to love on his first and only album in 1994. >> when you're listening to jeff sing "hallelujah," it's so intimate and private that it really feels like this secret that you're being let in on and you're hearing this romantic sense of heartbreak and loss. tragically he died and left, you know, this one finished album. "hallelujah" now took on this whole other meaning that began the moment around what the song has become. >> reporter: but the tipping point in the song's popularity -- >> you're great pals, aren't you. >> reporter: -- came in 2001 when it was featured in the hit movie "shrek," and his recording became a signature viewing. >> i guess the song was ready to explode and it was part of the ammunition. the brilliance of it is that it can relate to so many different situations. and that's impressive. >> hello, ladies and gentlemen. >> at some point they have to parody the song that was taken so ser
. emmy-nominated writer, director, producer and actress mindy kaling is around here, best known as kelly kapoor from "the office" and is starring on "the mindy project" and is a best-selling author. i also understand she's an amazing cook. did we miss anything? >> i have an amazing catwalk. >> do you want to demonstrate? >> not in these heels. but, yeah, what a nice introduction. >> you have a gazillion fans. this is your hometown. >> yeah. >> where is the boston accent? >> i never had one growing up. everyone thought i was just from california. i love t i think it's kind of sexy actually. >> do you have any boston lingo that you still use? >> i say wicked. >> that's wicked awesome. >> yeah, for a woman in her 30s i say wicked probably more than i should. yeah, that's pretty much it. >> let's talk about some of what you've been doing. you've got "the mindy project," a great show. you play someone named mindy laheary, a doctor who is very successful but has, shall whoa say, a complicated romantic life. what did you have to do to get into this mindy character? >> because i am like a nerd,
. massive man hunt for a former cop on kaling spree in california. three dead. is he targeting police officers and their fam state police why the authorities think their suspect is hell-bent on revenge. >>> breaking right now, what could be the biggest snowstorm in a decade. bringing with it more than two feet of snow. on track for the northeast, right now. 14 states under winter warnings. four states on blizzard watch. sam is tracking it all. >>> and breaking this morning, jackpot. the golden ticket for almost $250 million for last night's huge powerball lottery. we'll tell you where the winner is, right now. ♪ i'm on top of the world ♪ >> good morning. >>> our big announcement about robin. she's been setting her alarm clock earlier every day. joining us at the studio behind the scenes to get back in the morning groove. her doctors say she's ready. and we can't wait. when is she back on "gma"? we'll tell you this morning. ♪ i'm on top of the world ♪ >>>
. >> this morning the fbi spishl agent whose kale kaul it was to sent that team into the bunker revealed the suspect left behind writings and while in the bunker he'd become agitated bragging of the plan. >> at the end of the day responsibility is mine. i thought the child was going to die. >> david muir reporting. fbi agents say the gunman's only friend in that town was the bus driver that he killed. we'll have more from the investigation and hear more from the family tonight on 2020. >> san francisco has been recognized as a progressive city n 1943 the school district established four day care centers. today, san francisco is celebrating 70th anniversary. taking a look at what early education has done for children in the city. >> school board has been instrumental. the men went to war, the women had to go to work. who is going take care of the kids? there were only four of the centers today there are 43. >> this child development center was originally called yerba buena children's center, one in four founded in 19436789 the nation in the middle of world war ii. the program supported low income fam
's january? >> you look so skinny. >> do you have almond milk? >> gogi berry. >> i love kale. >> do you have anything organic? >> this is why i only drink intelligensia coffee. >> this is why i drink coconut water. >> i love new york, but i would never want to live there. >> why do i never go to the beach when it's right there? >> i have been craving this for days. >> grilled cheese animal style and fries animal style. >> i love in and out. >> i just had a juicer. >> i sat next to jack nicholson at the lakers game. >> there's david spade. >> i know him. >> i think he is on "dexter" or something. whatever. >> wow. >> i used to live out here years ago, and i lived in the valley, and they never spoke like an idiot. >> and my god. i like that kind of valley girl talk. do you? >> for an egyptian, you come naturally to it, hoda. you really do. >> i was born in oklahoma. >> but you started out -- your roots are in cairo. the san fernando valley. >> let's talk about love because it is -- valentine's day, we're knocking on the door. and the question is, how would you define love? we went on our klgan
, traditional, in season. all kinds of kale and olive oil and once you do this then, of course, you do a beautiful, look at this product. >> what is in this? >> this is the broccoli and a little bit of onions. that's it. salt would the olive oil. >> makes nice, et cetera. of course, this is depends in what season you're in. whatever is available. you have to eat what's in season. always. >> you put it in here to make it -- >> in order you take the compost from here and we put it in this pasta. >> you make it into the little round thing. >> in the pasta. now, here, beautiful. fill her up. >> it comes out looking like this. >> it comes out looking like this. >> i'm going to taste it. >> okay. look, and then you basically pour it around and you put the pepper on top and you have a nice -- >> beautiful. give me a spoon. >> there you go. >> all right, let's see. we're going to both taste it. let's see. >> yummy. >> very good. >> fantastic. >> we need some wine over here. >> we'll do that later. >> so great to see you chef luigi and what's next? >> what's next? follow me. >>> 11:27. coming u
's gonna be good! she's excited. little bit of kale. please don't put this online. woman: i'm putting it all over the line! it's wet. it needs something. no, it'll go. woman: don't break my juicer! looks good. you ready to try it? woman: come on, baby! announcer: challenge your kids to be active and eat healthy. it's ok. it's ok! all right! announcer: they might surprise you. she took another sip. you saw it? announcer: search "we can" for more ideas on how you and your kids can get healthy together. liz: welcome back, real estate the really big topic on fox business all day, home prices rising jumping more than 8% in last year, people are worried about a housing bubble. ronald reagan former budget director david stoc david stocke of them. >> you are encouraging fast money to chase the nextubble, this is easy money, chasing prices for a short you know short time, and we're going to be back in the soup. liz: kick this around, with real estate developer john peebles, he is here now. are you worried? >> not at all, i think that stock man is missing an important point, many of the markets
name. >> my name is kalely. >> what's your name? i'm jessica. >> of course you are. >> now, you guys -- these guys sell kajillions of cookies. >> last year we sold over 5600 boxes. >> how do you sell that many? does your mother take them to work? >> lots and lots of booth sales. yeah. >> like every weekend. >> what's the most popular cookie? >> thin mints. >> oh, really? >> they're my favorite too. >> i like the samoas. these are my favorites. the caramely deliciousness. >> those are the second most popular. >> they are? >> what happens to the money that you guys raise? >> well, we -- it goes to pay back for the cookies we take out. >> you have to buy the cookies. >> also, it goes to council and it goes to our troop for, like different projects. . it funds all your adventures. >> thank you so much. >> good luck in all your adventures. >> thank you for the cookies. >> hmm. >> all righty. >> did you ever sell girl scout cookies? >> i was kicked out of the brownies. therefore, i never got to the girl scouts. i got kicked out of everything in my entire life. >> why? junior miss. >> kicke
's excited. little bit of kale. please don't put this online. woman: i'm putting it all over the line! it's wet. it needs something. no, it'll go. woman: don't break my juicer! looks good. you ready to try it? woman: come on, baby! announcer: challenge your kids to be active and eat healthy. it's ok. it's ok! all right! announcer: they might surprise you. she took another sip. you saw it? announcer: search "we can" for more ideas on how you and your kids can get healthy together. i had[ designer ]eeling enough of just covering up my moderate to severe plaque psoriasis. i decided enough is enough. ♪ [ spa lady ] i started enbrel. it's clinically proven to provide clearer skin. [ rv guy ] enbrel may not work for everyone -- and may not clear you completely, but for many, it gets skin clearer fast, within 2 months, and keeps it clearer through 6 months. [ male announcer ] enbrel may lower your ability to fight infections. serious, sometimes fatal events, including infections, tuberculosis, lymphoma, other cancers, nervous system and blood disorders, and allergic reactions have occurred. be
and cauliflower and kale and spinach, chicken broth and vinegars and mustards and wasabi. so they really brainstormed, they got very creative. >> what is this? >> this is a zucchini linguine, sauteed, cut up like spaghetti, sauteed in oil spray with garlic and onion powder with marinara sauce. >> oh, my gosh, i would eat that instead of pasta in a second. >> and all these recipes will be on my website and yours, and i'll put them on twitter and facebook. >> delicious. >> this is a roasted tomato and garlic pureed soup. so the tomatoes were roasted in the oven with onions and garlic and then put into a pot with all sorts of seasonings and pureed. >> that's good too. >> a freebie. a total freebie. >> let's live here for a minute. we wish we -- >> really -- wine. >> that's delicious too. >> wine wasn't on the unlimited list. >> when you say unlimited -- >> there's no justice in this world. >> they're so low, the calories are so low in these items, you don't even have to count them towards anything. . you can eat in all day long? >> all day long. >> that's better than pasta. >> come on over
is the no and exciting -- kale is the new and exciting super food. >> let's go through this, we'll start with kale. tell us why it's amazing and you shouldn't have too much. >> dark, leafy vegetables have tons of victims and minerals and antioxidan antioxidants. these tend to have oxilates where if eaten too much can cause kidney stones. even if it's good for you, you don't want to eat too much at one sitting. >> i'm a big fan of broccoli -- not as a kid, though. this has protein? >> yes, dark, leaf vegetables have protein. people think to get protein they have to eat a steak. if you're getting two, three, four grams here and there, you'll end up with a nice amount at the end of the day. >> asparagus, a nice fan. how nutritious is that? >> asparagus is wonderful. again, lots of vitamins and minerals. basically if you eat a rainbow of vegetables you've got your vitamins. >> diuretic, too. >> yes. but so water. >> that's true. but there's other good stuff in there. >> definitely. >> we came across this rumor that's been floating out there. can these vegetables actually help you burn fat? i mean, is that t
: turnip, kale, asparagus, okra? >> oh, boy. beyond the slime. sounds appealing. meredith: ha ha. >> well, turnips aren't really slimy. neither is asparagus. okra and kale... i'm not 100% on either one. "beyond the slime." i'm gonna jump. meredith: ok. question is out of play. you don't know it, you don't know it. let's see the answer. it was okra. all right, let's see what you jumped over, francis. hopefully not too much money here. $500. not too bad. >> i don't cook. meredith: ha ha! all right, by jumping over that question, it only cost you 500, and you're now one question closer to a million. 12 away. and this is your disney cruise line question. you get this right, and you go on a cruise. good luck. [horn sounds] [audience groans] meredith: oh, francis, i'm so sorry. that means time is up. you're gonna have to wait till next time to see if you go on that cruise. ok? and until next time, thank you, everybody. from new york, bye-bye. ordinary rubs don't always work on my arthritis. try capzasin-hp. it penetrates deep to block pain signals for hours of relief. capzasin-hp. take the pain
marshal from murpheys shot and killed his two teenaged sons, then killed himself. the teenage teens are mckale law, 14, and 17-year-old alex smashle this -- mckay -- makailia, 14 years old and then 17-year-old alex marshal. >>> chris kyle and his friend were shot and killed on saturday in text at a gun range. police think he may have been suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. >> i don't know we'll ever know. he's the only one that knows that. at this point, he has not made any comments to law enforcement as to why he did it. >> kyle became best known for his book. it details his 160 sniper kills of insurgents in iraq. it may have been the most in america history. kyle dedicated limb self to helping veterans with post- traumatic stress disorder. >>> a missing tanker off the ivory coast of africa has probably been hijacked by pilots. officials think they hijacked the french taker. it was reported missing yesterday and that all 17 salors on board have been kidnapped. hijackings of toil tankers are pretty common -- oil tankers are pretty common in that region because of the millions of do
they be kale increasingly concerned he might act out they positioned the swat team near the entrance and used an explosive charge to get into the bunker and neutralize dykes. the s standoff began last tuesd when the suspect boarded a school bus and threatened the kids. dykes allegedly shot and killed the bus driver and kidnapped ethan. 5-year-old ethan believed to have autism was held captive in the underground bunker, 6 x 8 while police and swat teams above ground carefully negotiated through a ventilation pipe. dykes allowed what authorities called comfort item to be sent down the pipe, toys, coloring books, potato chips and ethan's medication. police were careful not to anger the suspect, believed to be watching news reports in the bunker. even thanked him at one point. >> i want to thank him for take care of our child. >> reporter: law enforcement had drones flying over dykes' house and looking for ethan and ways to rescue him. not only has the special need child been kidnapped but witness to a murder in front of his eyes. ethan is at the hospital for treatment and said to be physically u
. i used kale and tomatoes. i did not totally cutout the cheese, but we used a little bit less with feta cheese. we spiced up with things like chilly power -- chili powder. here is a vegetable stir-fry, to show you the versatility of this oil. you can use it as a saute or stir-fry. that is my snack. a lot of the snacks, you want to look the labels that have partially hydrogenated, any type of oil, or if it says trans fat, you want to avoid that. that is the worst kind of fat for your heart. it is artificial. >> is it hidden in any other way? >> that is the main way it is in there. anything that is fried, you want to be careful. i recommend something natural like popcorn. you can use your own spices instead. then snacks -- the careful of dips. this looks like a sour cream dip. it is actually fat free great yogurt with del. the beautiful colorful vegetables give you potassium which helps your heartbeat. watch your chipped portions, do veggies in stead. -- chip portioins, do veggies instead. >> sports are coming up next, including the terps victory. i'll take one of these, one of
. they charge viacom forces cable vision to carry 14 barely watched channels that kale vision does not want before they carry bigger channels like mtv and comedy central. they pay for the big eight they want and plus $40 million more than for the 14 also ones they can do without. it's a serious complaint. cable vision is belatedly challenging what's been a standard industry practice for decades, and, in fact, a consumer class action lawsuit in 2009, cable vision was a defendant and defended the practices it now denounces, but it struck a nerve. enstandpointly, won public support from time warner, direct tv, charter, and even magic johnson saying his apyred channel is crowded out by bundling deals. more meths revealed as the lawsuit filed under seal is unwrapped this weekend. some say it's a ruse, and some want to renegotiate the deal signed in december or fire a warning shot to the next big channel owner that they have to negotiate with in the next round. tracy? tracy: dennis, thank you. ashley: interesting stuff. dennis, thank you. the man who became the first space tourist 12 years ago lo
leafy greens. one of the things that i absolutely love is kale. don't forget the protein. fish with a good kind of fat. this is a perfectly good piece of salmon. exercise is key to the heart. and i'm getting it every single day this month. it's time to start to work out here at equinox. their motto is it's not fitness, it's life. for me, it's a matter of life and death. my trainer, geo, motivates me and gets every muscle moving. i also mix it up with pilates. stretching in ways i never knew i could. i get a special in this room that looks like -- no dairy, no fried food and no alcohol this month. outside and in, it's a whole new me. right now, i am in the very best health that i've been in, in my entire life. and i feel better than ever. i have moved from healthy to heart healthy. every moment that i can shout go red for women for heart health is a moment that saves a life. my advice to other women is to get active and to get your diet in shape. nutrition with fitness is the only thing that's going to work in the long haul. >> you've been using one of those -- >> that allows me
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a three, four day cleans, don't eat, zrirng juidrink juic pasteurized, contains kale spinach. this one contains six pounds of fruits and vegetables. you will feel great. >> you drink six of these a day. >> i feel like i'm on "pric "bridesmaid "bridesmaids." >> before you came on we were chatting and the economy stalling. you selling organic foods you called say in some ways the fda may be benefitting your type of company. >> that has the great. herbal life and -- >> for real? whose side are you on there? >> let me come back and answer robert's question. every product we sell has a label. it's on the uda or fda controll controlled. in this country we had so many food recalls and we really have to. from a regulation standpoint, it's tough to do business in this country, it really is. being a public company, it is tough as a $2 billion company today, what we spend on being a public company, we could hire a lot of people. >> not pasteurized stuff, how do you make sure it doesn't make you sick? >> it goes through a new type of pasturization you're killing bugs and important to us. one thing
to drink some kale spinach disgusting -- what is going to happen to you? >> what happened to you after you drank it the other day? >> you you ran. i saw you ranning that way. >> no win did not. but i did feel -- >> you were walking quickly. >> that's what it's supposed to do, though. >> we have to get to rome. michelle ka rue sa ka brreduc c cabrera with the best assignment in town. >> two of the leading candidates have criminal convictions. only in italy. why do investors care the the outcome of this weekend's election? the third most indebted country in the world after the u.s. and japan and if the outcome of of this election leads to what could become a hung parliament, maybe they can't get anything done, maybe they can't keep up with their reforms and maybe they don't generate the tax revenue that they need. let's show you the choices of candidates, in the lead with roughly 34% according to the polls, it's luigi bersani. if you're in the union, he is your candidate. second place, the amazing sylvia berlusconi with roughly 30% of the vote. former prime minister, despite numerous convict
of these chia this is the one i have this is dr. bob blueberry and kale chi every a. honey to make it taste great. i drink these all day long. what it does is it drops your glucose load exphant reason we are overweight. takes the inflammation that boils in our blood and makes us feel terrible all day long and drops it to zero. unbelievable. you have these three times a day. we have lots of varieties. for instance we have a -- we call avacolado. we have another one melon and great. taste great. >> i would love, to somebody get me a straw. meanwhile, of course you can't just live on smoothies every day you do sort of. for phase 2 of the diet. you start substituting back in a meal like what? >> so basically we want to have lunch and not dinner. the reason for that is that lunch then powers the rest of the afternoon so you have unbelievably great workout. you have vegetables. maybe a grain. chia if you like too. maybe lean fish or chicken. works well. that gives you tremendous energy in the afternoon boosts metabolism. you go back to the smoothie at night because you want very few calories over
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